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This review is from: Marvelous Mesh Instant Screen Door ~As Seen on TV ~ Same as Magic Mesh
Pros: This thing is excellent especially if you are a renter without a screen door! Everybody saying it is a pain to install is blowing my mind, the instructions are so simple... I used the wood tacks and tacked them into, guess what? WOOD! Works like a charm, never had problems with strong ocean breezes/gusts (lived on a peninsula). Don't let the negative reviews stop you from buying this, even at full price  this thing rocks. If you need a screen, do not want to install a hinged permanent screen or are worried about leaving any damage, then I highly recommend this screen. If you are buying it for your house that you own and are not handicapped or elderly then don't be lazy and buy a real screen door. For everybody else, this screen is the best solution and is extremely affordable.
Cons: None, does exactly what it is meant to do.
Other Thoughts: FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS!
Seriously, there are only about 3 lines of instructions, it is so simple, but very important. If you do not follow them then the magnets will not align correctly and it will not work the way it should. Also, it would be best if you had a friend helping you hang it to make sure you could spend some time lining it up where you want it and tack it down while the other person holds it in place. Another thought, DO NOT SECURE IT ALL THE WAY TO THE FLOOR, you need the extra slack for the screen to open and close around you. If you secure it all the way down to the floor then it will be like trying to squeeze through two pieces of cardboard. Last thought: we have a yellow lab that thought running through the screen was as fun as I did when I first put it up, to hear the screen go "click, click, click, click" behind you and seal up automagically. Why are you still reading this? Buy it if you need/want a screen!
This review is from: Rosewill RSL-113 - Dual Head PIR Solar Motion Sensor Light
Pros: Bright light, solar, versatile mounting options.
Cons: Very short light duration. If there is constant movement it will come back on but it is still annoying seeing the light go on and off. It also seems that during some of the intervals that it comes on, that it stays on for much less than 30 seconds, more like 15.
Other Thoughts: I got this on shell shocker for 25. I would not spend anymore for this item as the amount of time it stays on sucks. However, it does the job I bought it for. It lights my path when I take out the garbage at night and lights up the faces of anybody trying to sneak in my backyard.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill R-BM-01 2-Pound Programmable Bread Maker, White
Pros: Affordable, easy to clean, many different options/settings, easy to make bread and the bread is great! The only reason why I took an egg off is because this product is meant to do a job and be affordable at the same time, not to be first in class. That is what I was expecting and was very pleasantly surprised. Especially with my rosemary herb bread.
Cons: The computer display is a little tricky to figure out at first but once you figure it out you are golden. Like all the other reviewers say, you have to break it in before you use it. It has to burn off any machine oil or protective coatings any parts had when it was being created on the production line. This isn't really a con, just a necessary step.
Other Thoughts: Remember the saying, cooking is an art, baking is a science. If you are having trouble making your bread, revisit the instruction manual, which out of all of Rosewill's products, I have to say this is their best manual. You have to follow the order in which the ingredients go into the mixer, i.e. you can't put the yeast in right after the salt because the salt will kill all your yeast.READ FULL REVIEW